- Didier Drogba has agreed a move to Brazilian club Corinthians
- The frontman will sign a one-year-deal earning $150,000-per-month
Former Chelsea and Galatasary striker Didier Drogba has reportedly agreed to a 12-month contract with Brazilian side Corinthians which will see him earn $150,000-per-month.
According to goal.com, the deal will be over the course of a one-year deal.
Drogba 38, parted company with MLS side Montreal Impact at the end of the 2016 season and told Canal+ that he would love to prolong his trophy laden career.
Though a move to former club Marseille has been suggested, Goal believes the Ivory Coast legend would join Corinthians.
The Brazilian club pieced together a proposal, which was sent to his representatives, and the terms have been accepted.
A deal will only be pushed through, however, once club president Roberto de Andrade has got the approval of his board.
Discussions are scheduled to take place on Friday, with some members concerned as to Drogba’s physical state after a period without competitive action.
If the green light is given then club officials, with the financial support of partners found by the club’s marketing team, will travel to England to complete the deal.